Thailand VS Malaysia LIVE Football Score 22/09/2022
Thailand will host Malaysia at the 700th Anniversary Stadium in Chiang Mai in the opening match of the King’s Cup on Thursday. The competition will be held for the first time since 2019, as COVID-19-related issues put it on hold for the last two years. Levi and Judah Garcia, Leston Paul, Marvin Phillip, Ajani Fortune, Jesse Williams, and Sheldon Bateau arrived on Monday after taking connecting flights from Miami, Doha, and Bangkok. They were warmly welcomed as they arrived in Chiang Mai ahead of the tournament. Members of the public were at the airport to greet the Trinidad and Tobago players and several took the opportunity to take photos with members of the national senior team.
The War Elephants have sealed their place in the 2023 Asia Cup, so this will be a chance for them to begin preparations for the same. Alexandre Polking’s side were beaten 2-0 by Uzbekistan in their last outing and will hope to bounce back here. Malaysia, who are also in next year’s showpiece, will play their first King’s Cup tournament since 1978, when they won their fourth title. Tajikistan and Trinidad and Tobago are the two others teams in the competition.
KUALA LUMPUR: The next chapter of the Malaysian football team under coach Kim Pan Gon will be put to test when Harimau Malaya take on hosts Thailand in the King’s Cup in Chiang Mai tomorrow. This chapter comes following Malaysia’s qualification for the 2023 Asian Cup. With eight new faces in the team, Pan Gon will use the tournament to test options and strategies ahead of bigger assignments. “We are here to prepare for the AFF Cup in November and the Asian Cup next year,” said Pan Gon in today’s pre-match conference in Chiang Mai. “This tournament is one part of the preparations. I will use this opportunity to get more information about our players.
“We will play in bigger tournaments in the future. Hopefully, the players can gain more confidence from this tournament and compete against each other to achieve the next level. “We started eight months ago and this is only the third camp. We are trying to establish our own DNA.”
Brendan Gan is expected to be handed his first start since June 2021 after beating cancer. Belgian-Malaysian Dion Cools, the co-captain, will likely lead the Malaysian defence. “We will try our best. For us we want to keep the good mood going but more importantly it will be how we can maintain and be better than our last game,” added Pan Gon. Angus Eve’s team plays Tajikistan on Thursday in their first match for a place in the finals against either Thailand or Malaysia.
Thailand takes on Malaysia in the second match of King’s Cup 2022 on Thursday. The opening match will be played between Tajikistan and Trinidad and Tobago in the same day. The match between Thailand and Malaysia will be played at Chiang Mai Stadium in the eve of 600th anniversary of the stadium. Malaysia and Thailand have faced each other more than hundred times and Malaysia has slightly upper hand in terms of head to head records. For the home side, they have a injury issue as Sarach Yooyen is injured and Sumanya Purisai has been called up as replacement.
Chatmongkol Rueangthanarot, Channarong Promsrikaew and Teerasak Poeiphimai are gunning for their first international caps. The Malaysian side will travel to Thailand with six uncapped player. Their defender Shahrul Saad has been dropped because of fitness issues. Thailand will host Malaysia at Chiang Mai’s 700th Anniversary Stadium in the King’s Cup opener on Thursday. The competition will be held for the first time since 2019, as COVID-19 issues have suspended it for the past two years.
The War Elephants have sealed their place in the 2023 Asian Cup, so this will be an opportunity for them to start preparing. Alexander Polking’s men were beaten 2-0 by Uzbekistan in their last outing and will be hoping to bounce back here. Malaysia, who will also be in next year’s showpiece, will play their first King’s Cup tournament since 1978, when they won their fourth title. Tajikistan and Trinidad and Tobago are the other two teams in the competition.
King’s Cup Fever football battle, ‘War Elephants’ fans have come to wait in line to buy tickets in front of the stadium since 4 am, 8 hours before the actual opening time. The Royal Cup movement “The King’s Cup” The 48th time at Chiang Mai 700 Anniversary Stadium, Chiang Mai Province by “War Elephants” Thailand national football team Prepare to enter the field in the semi-final Malaysia’s “Yellow Tiger”. Today (September 22) at 8:30 pm, broadcast live on Channel 32, the first match, Trinidad and Tobago meet Tajikistan at 5:30 pm
Most recently, on the morning of September 22, the reporter “Matichon” said that the organizers of the competition brought about 2,500 tickets to the stadium, with fans from Chiang Mai and neighboring provinces. Let’s wait in line from 4:00 AM to buy tickets that go on sale at 12:00 PM. Then, during 11:00 am, ticket officials start handing out queue cards to fans waiting in line. before the actual sale starts at 12.00 Mr. Athiwit Jaiprasert, 38 years old, son-in-law in Chiang Mai province. The first line revealed that Leave home at 3 am, arrive at 4 am, put in the car and wait for no one again. who came early in the morning because they are afraid of losing the ticket because it sells very well Tickets in other places run out very quickly, so you have to hurry to get your tickets. “It is a source of pride for all the residents of Chiang Mai. to watch the Thai national team play here. Thanks to the kind adults who brought such good football to watch up close like this.”